Business Opportunities in the Retail Buildings Construction Market in BRIC
China has the largest retail building construction market among BRIC nations. China comprised a 57.6% of the total BRIC market in 2011 and was followed by India with a 21.2% share, Russia, which accounted for 18.8% and Brazil, which constituted 2.4%. New construction activity occupied the highest share among all activities across all four countries. In Brazil, demolition activity also comprised a substantial market share as old buildings were demolished to build new infrastructure. Refurbishment activity accounted for the second-highest market share in Russia, India and China. In terms of retail construction growth rates on a year-on-year basis, all four markets recorded substantial growth rates before the global financial crisis of 2008. In comparison to figures from 2007, China grew by 401.5% in 2008, Brazil grew by 54.1%, India by 13.2% and Russia by 50.2%. In 2009, the Russian category recorded a decline of 34% over figures from 2008. However, in 2010 it recovered and is expected to post a growth rate of 18.2% in 2012. The Brazilian category also decelerated following the global financial crisis, however, unlike Russia, is expected to post a loss in 2012. In contrast, India was only marginally affected and continued to grow during the review period. The Chinese category was supported by infrastructure-related investments made by the government in late 2008 and grew as a result.
Key highlights of this title
- The Brazilian retail buildings construction market grew at a CAGR of 22.26% during the review period and is projected to grow at a rate of 8.55% over the forecast period.
- One of the most significant changes observed during the review period in Brazil was a shift from the construction of smaller shopping centers to luxury malls.
- The Russian retail building construction market grew at a CAGR of 6% during the review period and is projected to grow at a rate of 8.59% over the forecast period.
- The demand for retail building construction in Russia decelerated from its pre-recession levels in 2007. Before 2008, the enthusiasm surrounding the Russian retail sector aided growth in the retail building construction category.
- The retail construction market in India grew at a rate of 19.80% during the review period and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 14.49% over the forecast period.
- Globally, India is the fifth-largest retail market and valued US$481 billion in 2011, growing on average at 12% per annum.
- The Chinese retail building construction grew at a CAGR of 33.89% during the review period and is projected to grow at a rate of 13.33% over the review period.
- According to a survey conducted by CBRE in April 2012, China is ranked first in terms of shopping malls construction volume. It was found that, based on retail construction volume, eight cities in China made a list of the top-ten global cities for construction activity.
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of retail building construction market in BRIC countries:
- It provides historical values for the BRIC retail building construction market for the report’s 2007–2011 review period and forecast figures for the 2012–2016 period
- It offers a detailed analysis of market size by construction activity
- It covers an exhaustive summary on key trends, drivers and issues in the retail building construction industry
- It details the competitive landscape in retail building construction industry of BRIC countries
- It covers in depth the challenges affecting each retail building construction market in BRIC countries
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